idk man will fix this later


  • So let’s imagine after that one memory Link actually eats the frog because he wants to make her happy
  • Something happens, spoiler: it isn’t restorative
  • botw zelda is equal parts horrified, equal parts fascinated 
  • Link on the other hand is like ?????? !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ?!?!?!?!?!?
  • So Zelda whisks him off to Hateno and is like PURAH LOOK I’VE TURNED A MAN INTO A FROG, SO AWESOME BUT HELP ME CHANGE HIM BACK
  • And Purah is like GIRL what did I tell you, if you’re going to do crazy experiments do them on yourself, idk that we can fix this
  • Link: …………………….*sullen froak*
  • Zelda kinda glances nervously in his direction
  • Anyway she goes back to the castle and sits him down on a desk in the library while she goes to find books 
  • She comes back a little while later with a huge ass stack and starts reading through them
  • but the more she looks the more she realizes that it’s no use, there’s nothing on record that shows how to turn him back
  • It’s been hours, and she’s so exhausted that she starts to cry
  • Link-frog hops over to her hand and croaks
  • Link: :( !!!!!!!!
  • Anyway she kinda laughs, wipes away her tears, and picks him up in her hands
  • “I’ll figure out a way to get you back to me, don’t worry,” she says, and she presses a kiss right between his froggy eyes
  • He falls out of her hands and off the table with a thump 
  • And when she looks over, there she is. On the ground. Covered in slime. COMPLETELY NAKED. 
  • After the initial shriek and the rush to cover her eyes, face blushing with mortification, the blood pumping in her ears settles enough that she can hear him laughing
  • And there
  • Right there
  • That’s when she first realizes she’s in love with him

Spring, 1877. This marks the longest I’ve stayed in one place since I left the farm at 17. There is so much here I will never understand. I’ve never been a church going man, and what I’ve seen on the field of battle has led me to question God’s purpose. But there is indeed something spiritual in this place. And though it may forever be obscure to me, I cannot but be aware of its power. I do know that it is here that I’ve known my first untroubled sleep in many years.



Prompt: The reader is a nurse walking home after her shift and stumbles upon a hurt Bucky, as much as she just wants to just go home and sleep and she knows she shouldn’t, she invites him to her apartment to fix him up.

Pairing: Bucky Barnes x Reader

Genre: fallin’ in love on a farm ‘n stuff

Word Count: 5,394

Author’s Note: so i veered quite a bit off the prompt but i also rly like this one and yes pls enjoy but hey at least she finds him and fixes him and like idk falls in love or s/t idk i hope u like ty also enjoy the gif below ty

The day your life changes is the day you find an injured man at the back of your barn on the far end of your property. You, of course, don’t notice him until two days later when you’re packing up your truck for another day at work. You’re startled by the groans of pain that are coming from the far back corner of the building, and while you were used to hearing strange sounds around this area, this was certainly the strangest. As you round a bale of hay, your eyes meet the broken ones of a man in pain. He lies in a crumpled heap on a few ragged blankets he’s piled up for some semblance of comfort. It’s not hard to tell that he’s sick, with his skin as pale as a ghost and his face beaded with sweat. You don’t realize the severity of the problem until you get him to your house, your arm supporting his large frame as he stumbles through the doorway.

“On to the table, let me take a look,” As soon as you see the wound- a large, angry thing, you know that you need to take him to the hospital. As a veterinarian, you’re entitled to owning quite a bit of sedatives and other drugs to help when the animals are injured, but you know that you don’t have anything near as strong as what he’ll need. “We need to take you to the doctors,” you mumble, your hands working quickly to peel his shirt off of his body,  “there’s no way any of this is going to heal without-“

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